Monday, November 5th 2012

Thermalright Teases HR-22 Passive CPU Heatsink

Thermalright is working on a massive new CPU heatsink, so massive, that it won't leave much room to strap a fan on. Pictured below, the new HR-22 is [intended to be] a passive CPU cooler with a large aluminum fin heat dissipation area, to which heat from the base is conveyed by eight 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes. Should you decide to use fans, with a rectangle fin profile, the cooler appears to allow you to strap 140~120 mm fans on its longer sides, and 80 mm fans on its shorter ones.

Thermalright is calling the HR-22 its next masterpiece. Said the company in its Facebook post, "Thermalright's signature model the HR-02, has turn the impossible to possible and shown the world the power of passive cooling. Now we introduce to you our next masterpiece, the HR-22." The new cooler is slated for 2013, we expect the company to use CES (early-January) as its launchpad.
Source: FanlessTech
Add your own comment

8 Comments on Thermalright Teases HR-22 Passive CPU Heatsink

It looks like Thermalright Macho cooler hm...
Posted on Reply
The Watchful Moderator
That heat sink is freak'n huge!!!
Posted on Reply
You dont see too many passive heatsink's these days.. Nice cooler for a silent build. ;)
Posted on Reply
Now imagine this with a silent fan - BOOM your mind exploded, what are you doing put it back togather.
Posted on Reply
I have an old Thermalright HR-01 still going stonge and a True,....and I though those were big,....

This,...this looks like its able to leap tall buildings in a single bound,….er,…I mean,….could bend a motherboard with a single mounting,.....:roll:
Posted on Reply